Swimming with a packer?

tardisblue tardisblue
Does anyone pack while swimming, specifically with the Mr. Limpy packers? I'm not really sure if I should pack with my swim trunks or if anyone would notice anyway, but if I do pack I don't want the chlorine to destroy the packer or anything.
06/04/2012
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vitriolicvertigo vitriolicvertigo
I don't know about this. If there are any instructions that came with the packer, have you checked them? Sorry if that's an obvious suggestion haha.
06/04/2012
tardisblue tardisblue
Quote:
Originally posted by vitriolicvertigo
I don't know about this. If there are any instructions that came with the packer, have you checked them? Sorry if that's an obvious suggestion haha.
Yeah, no instructions came with it that I remember. Granted I got it quite a long time ago.
06/05/2012
ghalik ghalik
I would worry about damage to it. If a packer were silicone it would be fine though.
06/05/2012
tardisblue tardisblue
Quote:
Originally posted by ghalik
I would worry about damage to it. If a packer were silicone it would be fine though.
Thanks, that sounds about right. I mean, the mr. limpy seems pretty delicate in general but I know that silicone is pretty tough.
06/05/2012
butts butts
I've swam with mine in both chlorinated pool water and ocean water, it doesn't seem to have effected it! The Mr. Right is silicone so it should be no problem at all, but my Mr. Limpy has held up just fine, and I've had it for quite a few years now.
06/05/2012
thisisadeletedaccount thisisadeletedaccount
I've never tried swimming with my packer, but thanks for asking! It's nice to have a thread that generates a bit more information on this.
06/05/2012
RocketBoom RocketBoom
I've heard of men who pack while swimming. It's common.
06/14/2012
aaronlt aaronlt
I've gone to pools and beaches several times. Never had any problems with Limpy and non-tap water.
06/15/2012
Andrew1992 Andrew1992
I don't really see it destroying the packer. A lot of guys pack when in swim trunks just because they cling so much, you know?
06/16/2012
jesseftm jesseftm
I think I've heard people warn about chlorine breaking down the packer, but I've never tried it. I am going on a cruise in December though and just bought new swim trunks that I plan to add a little pouch to for my packer.
06/18/2012
britanny0620 britanny0620
Quote:
Originally posted by butts
I've swam with mine in both chlorinated pool water and ocean water, it doesn't seem to have effected it! The Mr. Right is silicone so it should be no problem at all, but my Mr. Limpy has held up just fine, and I've had it for quite a few years now.
Thank you for the information
06/18/2012
nori nori
I think you should be fine. just be super thorough with making sure it's attached to you, so it doesn't swim out of the bottom of your trunks!
06/22/2012
sodapin sodapin
Quote:
Originally posted by tardisblue
Does anyone pack while swimming, specifically with the Mr. Limpy packers? I'm not really sure if I should pack with my swim trunks or if anyone would notice anyway, but if I do pack I don't want the chlorine to destroy the packer or anything.
I've heard that on the fleshlight site they advise against it, but guys who have tried it haven't mentioned any problems with it o.0 so perhaps it'd be ok and fleshlight is just trying to cover their ass just in case.
06/25/2012
FindingJames FindingJames
I've never heard any guys say anything against it. Maybe try washing it after you're done swimming? that might help so that the chlorine isn't staying on it. As far as pond/lake/ocean water goes, you shouldn't worry. Although, if you swim in the ocean, you should definitely wash it after because of the salt. I hear more guys warning about going swimming in a chlorinated pool with your binder than with your packer.
07/10/2012
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